The Best Central Midfielder in FIFA Mobile

Widely tipped to be the first-choice left-back for the national team in years the Gian-Luca Itter of Wolfsburg is currently showing signs of being a true weapon to get at full-back. The 19-year-old is rated 67 overall at this time, so isn't ready for top-level first-team soccer yet, but with a card FIFA Mobile Coins is coated in stats in the high 60s, including 69 for brief passing, 68 for status stinks and crossing, and 70 for dribbling, all of the features of a modern full-back are there to be produced. The attacking talent of RB Leipzig makes of the headlines but it's built on a strong defensive foundation, the core of which will be a known as Dayot Upamecano. His physical characteristics are what make him stand out now, with 89 for strength and 84 for leaping, standing tackles and sprint pace, meaning he can still get himself out of trouble if the attacker manages to get beyond him. His overall rating of 76 makes him good enough for lots of top-flight teams, though not maybe the most finest, but with the potential to achieve 88 overall, he is just going to get much better. Grab RB Leipzig on a fantastic day and he can be yours for a touch under $14m. Roma's Kostas Manolas is among buy Fut Coins the greatest centre-backs on FIFA 19, but with a price tag of about $60m it's a compatriot of that which you must turn your attention to if you are following a star of the future. Panagiotis Retsos is a guardian who's nearly as happy playing at full-back as he's in the middle. 79 for status tackles and 75 for interceptions makes him a good blockade for opposition attackers, and his 77 for brief passing is comparable with some central midfielders. With the potential to achieve 85 overall -- the exact same rating Manolas has now -- the $10.5m Bayer Leverkusen will want for him is well worth paying. Welcome to, We have a lot of game currency and items,if you want buy something about games,click it!